After saving and planning for about a year, I finally have my dream build! The prices listed are what I got each part for, various sales or whatnot. Here's some quick notes:
The only part that gave me any trouble installing was the H115i platinum cooler. Since it is 280mm, the case only supports it in the front. Putting it there was a pain in the butt, took me a little over an hour just to mount the thing to the case. The only option (if you want to see the pretty lights) is to go from front to back, case -> fans -> reservoir, and there was nothing to hold the fans onto either the case or the reservoir before just mounting the entire thing, putting a long screw through everything. Of course, you have to line it up perfectly to get the screw in the reservoir hole, and you couldn't see it because the fans were blocking it the whole time. Eventually I got it, but man that was a pain. Otherwise it's working fine! Very low temps and once I got iCue to control the fans, perfectly silent.
Some of you might question my storage. Well, I had fun with it. I wasn't originally looking for that big of an NVME drive for my OS and school programs, but I managed to snag the 2TB on the mass pricing error on Amazon for $100. Well it shipped, and i'm super happy. I also wanted a huge drive for media and games, hence the 3TB HDD, but I didn't want it to be slow. I decided as these are non-critical files going there, I would give AMD StoreMI a shot and connect it to an SSD to speed it up. Well, that was extremely easy to set up, and it is working wonderfully. After the first couple times loading anything, it now loads almost instantly, just as fast as if it were the SU800 alone. I couldn't be happier with my storage :D
The Crucial RAM I got is awesome. I'm appalled for even considering anything else. They look great, are very cheap, and I easily (very minimal effort) overclocked it to 3600 Mhz CL16. Ran some benchmarks before and after and it did make a noticeable performance boost to the CPU, so everything's awesome!
My only complaint would be the monitor. It looks awesome, no dead pixels, great 100Hz, but if I try to enable Freesync/Gsync, there is very noticeable flickering in games. Other people have said this monitor works fine with NVidia, so I'm a little disappointed. I haven't messed with it a ton yet though, so maybe I can still figure out a solution.
Other than that it's all running perfectly! Easily updated BIOS and drivers, no software issues at all, everything is running great. I am very pleased with how it all turned out, and while it might not be the most sexy thing, I do think it looks pretty good. Might make a custom backplate for the GPU sometime. So far the most intense thing I've done is Rise of the Tomb Raider, but I easily hover around 100fps on High/Highest settings. Will be playing more intensive stuff in the future. Feel free to ask any questions!